As promised: The birth process of Webs of Perception, the concluding novel in the Web Series, and the reason it has taken three years to write, rewrite, and get ready for publication. read more →

87% of our population has at least one story to tell—one that should be told. Many people ask what it’s like to be an author as if it is something mystical, so after finishing the final draft of Webs of Perception (the concluding and most challenging novel in the stand-alone Web Series), attaching it to.. read more →

What makes families so special?  Last month we celebrated Mother’s Day. Father’s Day is right around the corner. While those special days give us the opportunity to reflect, celebrate, and create new memories. There are 363 others days to celebrate our love and caring for those and others who make up our families. A loving.. read more →

Whether you’re new to the writing life–or a seasoned pro–there are always opportunities to grow your writing skills to stay fresh or find your voice as a writer. If you’re looking to grow as a writer this summer, I’ve got five simply ways to do just that. Read. Read often. Reading may be one of.. read more →

When you think of writing a book, research may not be the first thing that comes to mind. The truth is, however, research is an incredibly necessary step to creating rich settings, ensuring accurate portrayals of real world processes, professions and more. It can help you get things right and–in many cases–can take you down.. read more →